Bhutan Systematic Country Diagnostic: Taking Bhutan’s Development Success to the Next Level

This Systematic Country Diagnostic (SCD) examines the key constraints to and opportunities for accelerating poverty reduction and enhancing shared prosperity in Bhutan. It builds on a large body of analytical work, evidence gathered in three working sessions within the World Bank Group, and in-country consultations with civil society organizations, the private sector, government, and development partners.

 

World Bank. 2020. Bhutan Systematic Country Diagnostic: Taking Bhutan’s Development Success to the Next Level  

 

You can access to the document with the below link:

http://documents.worldbank.org/curated/en/162771580405026027/Bhutan-Systematic-Country-Diagnostic

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